Tech-Friendly: Desktop and laptop computers best for research

I drew inspiration for this article from the article “Sosnowski: Historic fracking agreement means jobs” (http://rockrivertimes.com/2013/05/31/sosnowski-historic-fracking-agreement-means-jobs/) posted online May 31.

I had set out to write an article about how desktop and laptop computers were often better research tools than tablets and smartphones when surfing the Internet. I lacked an immediate example, though, until I read the article mentioned above.

To begin with, the article is only available online, so I needed an Internet-enabled device to read it. Unfortunately, as many news sources, databases and other materials become digitized, you need Internet access to view this content...

Popular posts from this blog

David Soll to Announce "No-Kill" and end to Puppy Mill Policies, July 25

Tammy Duckworth Meet-N-Greet, Sunday July 24, 2016

Local Democrats Take Time Out From Campaigning to Work Clothing Drive